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Hands on Gardening – Microgreens

In today’s Hands on Gardening, we talk about a great way to make the most of small gardening spaces inside or out and get some great greens throughout the year.  To view the segment, please click: Microgreens


Implements of Husbandry Road Use Permit Workshop

A workshop will be held on Tuesday, March 17th from 10 a.m. to Noon at the Colonial Bowling & Banquet Center in Sparta. This workshop is geared towards farmers and operators of implements of husbandry (IOH) and Ag Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) equipment and may also be of interest to town board members and other local government […]

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Hands on Gardening – A Geranium for Ground Cover

In this week’s Hands on Gardening, Steve Huntzicker tells us about a new kind of geranium that is making its way into gardens for a whole new purpose.  This geranium is a ground cover that is deer resistant, hardy and produces a flower.   View the video at: A Geranium for Ground Cover

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Hands on Gardening – Spring Garden Catalogs

Steve Huntzicker discusses the spring garden catalogs arriving in the mail.  Before you spend your money, look at the research on the item and read the descriptions carefully.   To view this segment, please click: Spring Garden Catalogs.


Safe & Healthy: Allergies to Gluten-Free Ingredient

The FDA expects lupin to become a popular product in the gluten-free arena because of its many health qualities.  It is high in protein and in dietary fiber – which helps lower cholesterol – and is low in fat.  Read the entire article at Allergies to Gluten-Free Ingredient.